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Mrs Walker, Miss Moore, Mrs Duffy, Miss Appleton and Mrs Pope
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Here is this week’s delicious lunch menu.
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Key Stage 2 enjoyed the Birds of Prey show today. Some of us even got to hold one!One Comment
We had a fun three days in Mount Cook Derbyshire. First we went on the mini buses. After a couple of hours on the mini bus we arrived at Mount Cook. We set all of our bags down then we had lunch, it was really delicious.
After lunch we went Canoeing and we all had different groups our group was called The Lions. We all went on the boats and we went under a tunnel and it echoed. Mrs.Johnston,Terrell and Maisie fell off the boats and they were very, very cold and Terrell fell two times so that was funny!
We washed our hands and had a shower after Canoeing and we had food, we had fish & chips it was so nice. After that we went to our Prison Cells (Rooms) we had fun in them for thirty minutes.
After the thirty minutes we went down stairs to play a quiz there was five teams Masterminds,Amazing eight,Top seven and the last order and the Masterminds won!
Then we went to Prison Cells (Rooms) we had a uncomfortable sleep and we put on our PJ’s on and we brushed our teeth and went to sleep.
On the second morning of the Residential we had beans, eggs and hash browns and then we went back to our Prison Cells (Rooms) in there we got dressed then we went back downstairs, everyone was waiting by the doors, then we went to our other activity Jacob’s Ladder, it was basically logs on top of other logs, it was really easy. I got to the second highest log! After that we did Initiative Exercises that was so much fun and there was lots of riddles!
We had a great time and these are some of the amazing things we did there and the trip was so fun!
Here are some pictures of the trip!
This week we went on a residential. after a couple hours on the mini bus we finally arrived ; it was cold and rainy. We waited for the other mini buses while we were waiting we got our bag’s and put them by the window, then we played animal splat ;it is a funny game . After a while the other mini buses arrived we waited for the other’s to get their bag’s then we went inside to have our packed lunch, I loved mine then we waited to see what our rooms were like. It turned out I was sharing with Hamza, we only had 2 beds in the room and no bathroom, it felt like a prison cell. We had to get ready for Canoeing Terrelle fell in the water first then another time Maisie and Mrs. Johnston fell in aswell. After canoeing we went back to the building and washed our hands, then got a shower ; it was nice and warm , then we had food . Once we had food we played a quiz after that we went to bed.
The next day we went down stairs and had breakfast; it was gorgeous then we got changed and went to do our first activity of the day, we were late. We had to climb up some logs, the activity was called Jacobs Ladder; it was hard. Afterwards we had a break, we had a drink then we went and played a crane game then tire and initiative exercises. Then we had food and we went to bed.
On the last day we went and played Gladiator Wall then we went home.
I loved mount cook.
Class 5, 6 and 7, have been to Mount Cook in Derbyshire.
We will tell you everything we did at Mount Cook
On Monday, the 5th of June, We had to be in School at 8am to pack our luggage on the Mini buses. At 8:30, we went into the mini buses and started our journey to Mount Cook.
It took 3 hours on the motorway to get there; we didn’t mind how long it took us to get there. We were all listening to the radio and having fun on the way there.
Once we arrived there, we all got our luggage and went into our rooms and unpacked our luggage into our wardrobes.
We had 15 minutes to unpack our luggage and chill for a bit in our rooms before the activities.
There were 3 teams; the Dream Team, Mystic 10 and the lions. Our team was the Dream Team and there were 12 people ( including two teachers Miss Sherman and Miss Gervais )
We had beans, Hashbrown, bacon, toast and eggs for breakfast. We had crisps, a sandwich, a biscuit and a piece of fruit for lunch and for dinner, we had pasta, beef bolognese with garlic bread and we had the choice to have water or juice.
We stayed there for three days and we had so much fun! There were lots of fun and muddy activities that really made us laugh!
By Thang & Malik
What a week!
We all had such an amazing time this week in Derbyshire. We attended the JCA, Mount Cook Centre. It was a long , wet drive but arrived after about 2.5 hours. We saw all the beautiful views in the countryside and even drove past one of the highest points in England.
Once we arrived we had lunch provided, found our rooms and then went straight into our first activity. We were split into three groups and each group had different challenges and activities.
The activities and challenges were amazing; Canoeing, Mini Olympics, Initiative exercises, Jacob’s Ladder, Gladiator Wall, Low Ropes, a quiz, egg protector. We had so much fun and many of us overcame some fears. Some of the activities were hard and scary but every single one of us tried our best and showed fantastic team work and problem solving abilities.
On our last night Mr Curry played the guitar and we sang a rendition of ‘In My Liverpool Home’. It was brilliant, so good that the staff at Mount Cook commented. It sounded beautiful. Watch the video below.
The children were all so friendly and polite a number of staff at Mount Cook commented on their behaviour and manners. We are all very proud of the children form their residential!
Please have a look at our pictures.
The children wll be blogging themselves this week, so keep checking in.
The children have been exploring the work of local artist, Steph Dekker. They used collage materials and felt tip pens to create Tula Moon inspired pieces based on local landmarks. We are so impressed with their work! Can you spot the Liverpool landmarks in the children’s creations? 🎨🎨0 Comments